I teach both human physiology and developmental biology — it would be entirely appropriate to ask my students to draw pictures of reproductive anatomy on an exam. Here’s a sample test in which a group of men were asked to demonstrate their knowledge of female anatomy with art work.
They basically failed.
Unfortunately, the test was made invalid by something that I’ve also encountered in similar questions in which I’ve asked students to draw something we discussed in class: most people can’t draw anything. They’re also really hard to grade when you get back this page with a tangled mess of random lines with circles and arrows and a paragraph on the back of each one explaining what each one was supposed to be. It’s worse than trying to decipher some students’ handwriting.
They should have also done a complementary test in which women were asked to draw the male reproductive system. MISANDRY.